War, Progress, and the End of History: Including a Short Story of the Anti-Christ, Three Discussions (Classic Reprint)

War, Progress, and the End of History: Including a Short Story of the Anti-Christ, Three Discussions (Classic Reprint)


Vladimir Soloviev in 1900 Russia misplaced her most unusual and primarily Slavonic philosopher. A deep syjrnpathy with mysticism, united to the ability of fearlessly probing human i -consciousness, gave him eminence not just one of the philosophers of Russia, yet of Europe. Born in 1853, Soloviev entered upon existence in an environment charged with the weather of swap. The emancipation of the serfs opened an period of political experiments, and the ordeal of the Crimean struggle braced and influenced the nationwide spirit. It was once a time of excessive aspirations suffering opposed to an undercurrent of philosophic doubt, which exercised an abiding impression upon the delicate and inquiring brain of Soloviev. He used to be chuffed in his parentage; his father, Serge Soloviev, being a historian of excessive acceptance, and his mom a girl of personality and psychological attainments. She belonged to a noble kin of Little Russia, and numbered between her ancestors a greatuncle who had gained attention as a philosophic author; from this resource in all likelihood Soloviev derived the bent of his intellect.
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